OpenComputers

Mods
20,020,800 Downloads Last Updated: Feb 6, 2019 Game Version: 1.12.2

File Details

Filename OpenComputers-MC1.7.10-1.6.0.9-universal.jar
Uploaded by Sangar_
Uploaded Nov 12, 2016
Game Version 1.7.10
Size 11.87 MB
Downloads 207,216
MD5 7b3b23e1edd295af7d91ebf2f18eeaca
Supported Minecraft 1.7 Versions
1.7.10
Supported Java Versions
Java 8
Java 7

Changelog

- Added: Rack mountable floppy disk drive.
- Added: Ability to interact with some item inventories using the inventory controller.
- Added: Support for RotaryCraft power (uses same conversion ratio as AE2).
- Added: Possiblity to define a viewport on GPUs, allowing to copy data from off-screen for performance trickery.
- Added: Cables will now remember which color they have and can also be dyed by being crafted with a dye.
- Added: Reenabled IC2 integration on 1.8.9.
- Added: Possibility to cycle through loot disks by crafting them with a wrench (wrench is not consumed).
- Added: Device info API. Devices may now provide generic information, queryable via `computer.getDeviceInfo()`.
- Added: More helpful messages when trying to run a missing program (when possible) via the new `computer.getProgramLocations()` API.
- Added: Trading upgrade, allows trading with villagers (Inari-Whitebear).
- Added: Allow defining custom HTTP request headers (invliD).
- Added: `debug.playSoundAt` (gamax92).
- Added: Parameter to specify AE2 CPU to use when requesting crafting (habnabit).
- Added: ThaumicEnergistics integration (DrummerMC).
- Added: Dyeing of hover boots to change light color (Vexatos).
- Added: Network activity indicator on servers (magik6k).
- Added: Brazilian Portuguese translation (hws689).
- Changed: Racks have been revamped. They can now house other things than servers and how things get connected is a lot more flexible now.
- Changed: Remote terminals are now bound to remote terminal servers which are a new type of rack mountable.
- Changed: Disk drives now also provide a component allowing to check for floppy presence and ejecting floppies.
- Changed: Geolyzer scan area can now be customized to be an arbitrary cube instead of only columns. Total volume must not exceed column volume, though.
- Changed: A couple of recipes. Introduced diamond shards/chips to avoid the massive diamond cost ramping of higher tier items.
- Changed: New font for screens, unscii, sporting much better readability (asie). If you absolutely detest it even after giving it a fair chance, you can restore the old unifont one using a resource pack.
- Changed: OpenOS got a *major* overhaul, in particular term related things, and also a few new built-in programs (payonel). This would deserve a changelog of its own, really...
- Fixed: Pseudo-hangs when crafting a massive amount of a recipe that produces the same output as it has as input.
- Fixed: A few GregTech recipes and related issues.
- Fixed: Userdata handling in LuaJ.
- Fixed: Power conversion for a couple of mods, oops.
- Fixed: Performance issues caused by compressing data sent to clients too much.
- Fixed: Performance issues caused by disk I/O when sending machine descriptor packets to clients (thanks to Player for pointing those two out to me; we need more BTMs).
- Fixed: Updated LuaJ and fixed a few more bugs in it (gamax92).
- Fixed: Mystcraft integration (ItsTheKais).
- Fixed: Updated BC wrench integration.
- Fixed: Robots being able to suck up certain flowing fluid blocks (effectively a liquid dupe bug).
- Fixed: Generator eating container items if they weren't taken out in time.
- Fixed: Disassembling tablets not dropping upgrade containers installed in them.
- Fixed: Some broken saving logic in 1.8+ due to subtle lifecycle callback order changes.
- Fixed: Fixed MCUs passing out messages other than network messages.
- [API] Added: Added sided version of block drivers, deprecated non-sided one.
- [API] Added: Processors/Memory may now define a provided call budget.
- [API] Changed: Geolyzer related events due to custom scan area.

 

Known Issues

- Any open issues on Github. I'm afraid I don't have the time right now, so I'm just throwing this version out as-is for now.